The Met is the place to be for teens. Check out classes, workshops, and special events designed especially for teens to develop their skills, and connect with art, ideas, and other young people. Program times and topics vary. Grab your friends and join us across social media platforms for virtual teen takeovers.
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Lakewood High School students exposed to art, trades in Cleveland Museum of Art Teen Summit program
For Teens | RISD Museum
Your mission…. Are you interested in the shadowy world of spying? Do you like working with the public? Then this mission is perfect for you! Volunteer duties include:. For many students, this learning program is a first-time work experience. As such, no specific prior experience is necessary.
Virtual Teen Studio—Fashion of the Future (High School Students)
Photo courtesy of Lakewood City Schools. The Lakewood students, ranging from freshmen to seniors, will be celebrating the end of the program on March 15 with a party and exhibition of 3-D gallery boxes. Hainal Eppley, Cleveland Museum of Art department director of gallery teaching and teen programs, said participation in Teen Summit varies between 50 and students per semester. Through activities designed to prepare students for the world beyond the classroom, Summit teens build communication, teamwork and creative problem-solving skills. In addition to learning more about nonprofit management, Sabin said what makes the Teen Summit so unique is its career-oriented approach, which ultimately has very little to do with art.
Art-making, gallery adventures, and discussion connect teens to art, community, and each other. The Museum is always free for those 18 and under. Drop by for even a quick visit!